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Adventure on video

Watch the following videos of one of our clients on a wilderness hunt in 2011. The hunting experience is split up in three parts, each about 10 minutes long. Markus H. was not lucky with the weather but was able to secure two fantastic bull Tahr in the stunning scenery of the Southern Alps in New Zealand.

Tahr hunt, part 1
Tahr hunt, part 2
Tahr hunt, part 3

Sample Adventure, real free range wilderness hunt


This hunt offers pure wilderness hunting in some of the most spectacular and unspoilt country on earth. Tahr and chamois inhabit alpine wilderness with towering peaks, bushclad valleys and crystal clear waters all of which provide for an unforgettable hunting experience. This is a true free-range hunt in challenging country
with remarkably high success rates.

Our recommendation

We reccomend 8 days of hunting on the western side of the majestic Southern Alps. Transport into the hunting area and pick up after the hunt by chopper.

Cost for two hunters: 13.500 NZ$

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All trophies taken, guiding 1 by 2, field preparations of trophies, pick up and drop off from Queenstown, accommodation, pick up and drop off by chopper and if necessary one trip to change the hunting area, rifle for the use during the hunt.

Not inclusive

Evening meal on the first and the last day, taxidermy work and shipping of the trophies, tip.

Available add onís

additional hunter: 6.750 NZ$
one hunter (1 by 1): 8.500 NZ$
non hunter: 6.750 NZ$

Best time for this adventure

Tahr and Chamois can be hunted throughout the year in New Zealand. The best time is during the rutting season starting early Mai until late June.


This outdoor adventure can be combined with a number of holiday combinations or other fishing and hunting adventures.

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